Yankee Buccaneer (1952)

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Captain David Porter of the fledgling American Navy receives orders to masquerade as a privateer in order to corral some Caribbean pirates.


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  • Rodolfo Acosta and Joseph Calleia in Yankee Buccaneer (1952)
  • Jeff Chandler and Scott Brady in Yankee Buccaneer (1952)
  • Jeff Chandler and Scott Brady in Yankee Buccaneer (1952)

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14 October 2015 | Uriah43
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| A Fairly Good Pirate Film
After an extended tour of duty on the high seas the captain of an American warship receives orders to investigate pirate activity and report back to Charleston afterwards. In order to accomplish this mission "Captain David Porter" (Jeff Chandler) is also ordered to masquerade as a pirate ship in the process. Along with that a young navy officer named "Lieutenant David Farragut" (Scott Brady) is sent to assist him. Unfortunately, what the Navy Department doesn't know is that there is a history between the two and things only gets worse when a young woman by the name of "Countess Margarita La Raguna" (Susan Ball) is granted political asylum aboard the ship. Now rather than reveal any more of this movie I will just say that, although a little old, this was a fairly good pirate film which pretty much covers all of the bases one would expect in a movie of this sort. Because of that I have rated this movie accordingly. Slightly above average.

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